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FAIRHOPE— As people gathered to celebrate Prism United Fairhope’s third annual Color Fairhope with Pride event on June 3, a group called the Common Sense Campaign TEA Party hosted Keep … more
Six Fairhope residents voiced their opinions and concerns over the upcoming Color Fairhope with Pride Festival and Drag Bunch during the public participation portion of a Fairhope City Council … more
DAPHNE — Brenda Picard, a resident at Eastern Shore Rehabilitation and Health Center, first met Theldon Higgins in physical therapy. He was working on his mobility issues after a stroke, and … more
FAIRHOPE — The Baldwin County Building Department office located inside the at 1100 Fairhope Ave. will be relocating to the office across the hall currently occupied by the Alabama Department … more
Area teens are invited to participate in Daphne Public Library's 2023 "All Together Now" teen summer reading program from June 5 to July 5. Teens are invited to come to the library and read for … more
GULF SHORES — Bondi Bowls Gulf Coast owner Janese Nelson has operated her family's food truck at several festivals, but working at the 2023 Hangout Music Festival was a different level. She … more
FAIRHOPE — The Baldwin Pops Band, along with the Eastern Shore Choral Society, will present a free outdoor park concert on Memorial Day. The concert will kick off at 5 p.m. Monday, May 29, at … more
Madeleine Dotson, of Spanish Fort, has been named a 2023 Truman Scholar. Dotson is one of 62 college students from 60 U.S. colleges and universities selected for the honor, bestowed by the Harry S. … more
What were you doing in sixth grade? Austin Gontarski was holding a food drive, raising money for those in need and laying the groundwork to create his own nonprofit. Gontarski, a St. Michael Catholic … more
FAIRHOPE — Shoppers in Fairhope got their first glimpse of the newly remodeled Walmart Supercenter during a re-grand opening held May 12. The new design and layout aims to provide a better … more
FAIRHOPE — The Fairhope Public Library Foundation (FPLF), will donate $200,000 to the Fairhope Library Capital Campaign to support the build-out of new library space on the second floor of the … more
The Original Oyster House awarded its 18th-annual Chelsea Garvin Spirit Scholarships to Maggie Britt of Bayside Academy and Alice Raybosh of Fairhope High School. Britt plans to attend … more
Take a drive down Scenic Highway in Fairhope, to see a few of the most extravagant homes in Baldwin County.  From beachside showers and private beaches to custom basketball courts, peek into … more
The Daphne Animal Shelter is set to close Monday, May 29, and eight dogs and several kittens are still in need of adoption. The shelter has several adoption events scheduled this month in hopes of … more
FAIRHOPE - Fairhope resident Dylan Dejuan Bradley, 22, has been arrested by the Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office after leading deputies on multiple pursuits that put the public, as well as … more
FAIRHOPE — The students of Fairhope West's Walking School Bus celebrated Spring Walk to School Day on April 5.The students, their parents, community members and even a few four-legged friends … more
All 35 senators co-sponsored legislation to begin the process of ending the grocery tax in Alabama. The move has been long supported by community members as a way to help economically struggling … more
FAIRHOPE — Ten years ago, Erin Langley was simply trying to find a place to reach a larger audience. A place that would draw the community to local theater.What was a shot in the dark has … more
DAPHNE — Stephen Richey, a 69-year-old Daphne resident, has been sentenced to 17.5 years in prison for the production of child pornography. Richey pleaded guilty to the offense Jan. … more
SPANISH FORT — You will never see two of the most important actors in Spanish Fort High’s upcoming production of “Little Shop of Horrors.”Freshman Georgia Wilkins and … more
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